12 thoughts on “Israeli Vessel Attacked by Iran Owned by Shipping Company With Mossad Ties – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. [comment deleted: I don’t owe you shit. Nor do I answer to your commands. I don’t have to “prove” anything to you.]

    1. [comment deleted: associating Zionism and a Hebrew word with dollar signs is anti Semitic. Do it again and you’re history.]

  2. “Yossi Cohen interceded with a former senior IDF intelligence officer…”

    This IDF officer was Aviram Halevi. As you stated above, after the intervention by Yossi Cohen, Halevi changed sides and worked intelligence on behalf of Rami Ungar. In the company Talcar Ltd. Rami works together with brother Gadi.

    The US airstrike did not cause 17 deaths but one death and a handful of wounded. On July 12, 2020, Trump too send his bombers over the Deir Ez-Zor area for a raid. The border crossing Abu Kamal had recently been bombed by the IAF and in the Syrian conflict multiple times, as it is the entrance to the Euphrates valley. The border crossing was used by ISIL or fighters of the Islamic State establishing its headquarters in Raqqa. The region is like the Texas panhandle a source of oil wealth for Syria [and the Islamic State].

    Ever since the Soleimani assassination and the strong criticism from Iraq and its cabinet ministers, the US has avoided to bomb unannounced on the sovereign territory of Iraq.

    For Iran this attack is in retaliation for the many assassinations of its scientists, especially the cowardly murder of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. The glory days of Yoni Netanyahu and Entebbe are long past.

  3. Ta for that elucidation of Israel’s shipping fingers in the global logistics pie.
    I have heard it said they have similar digits inserted into airline security systems.
    You might do us a favour and give us the benefits of your insights on the latter.
    Also stirs the memory of the recent port explosion in Beirut. Might it have been planted as a long term sleeper waiting to be triggered when Lebanon needed a reminder of it’s vulnerability??

  4. At the risk of sounding like Rodney King: Why can’t we all get along? Iran/Persia has a deep history, one of the world’s oldest civilizations, with it’s own culture/art and cuisine. Modern Iran is a proud country and can play these dark power games, as well as any.

    1. @Potter

      Don’t be naive. Be cynical.

      Iran doesn’t have any real beef with Israel. Never has.

      Iran was severely traumatized by the Iran-Iraq War, and her real fear is of a united Arab World.

      Iran doesn’t give a fig about Israel.
      Rather, Iran has been using the I/P conflict to leverage her way into the Arab Middle East, in order to fracture and weaken it so it can never war against Iran again.

      Confronting Israel, without actually warring with her, also gives Iran ‘street cred’, at the expense of pacific and/or effete Arab regimes, shaming the Arab States and weakening them even further.

  5. Richard.

    You call the Helios Ray an ‘Israeli ship’, when in fact, it flies a Bahamian flag.

    You call this a rocket attack, when it was actually a precision missile attack, meant to lightly damage the vessel. Rockets lack guidance and are therefore imprecise.

    You call Rami Unger a shipping magnate, when in fact, he is a car importer.

    Richard. You already botched the Bibi-Putin connection story, and the Greek oil tanker story too.

    Tikkun Olam needs to clean the egg off it’s face.

    1. @ Sepp: This is insipid gotcha bullshit. I don’t deal in either one. You are now moderated. If you can post comments that are substantive in the future your comments will be published. If they continue in this vein, you’re on your way out via Ben Gurion.

    2. Is Rami <b>Unger</b> in fact a car importer? Can be somewhere. However your Rami Unger is not equal to Rami Ungar. I suppose it is you Sepp who needs to clean the egg off your face. I really wonder how Israeli fanatics train their internet warriors and the poor quality of their troops.

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